Bear Necessities: Rescue, Rehabilitation, Sanctuary, and Advocacy

Bear Necessities: Rescue, Rehabilitation, Sanctuary, and Advocacy

Brill | Animal Rights | Aug. 27 2015 | ISBN-10: 900429290X | 248 Pages | pdf | 1.94 mb

by Associate Professor Lisa Kemmerer (Editor)

What is it like to rehabilitate sun bears in the rainforests of Malaysia? Why were sloth bears trained to dance? What does Chinese medicine have to do with black bears in North America? Skilled grassroots activists, dedicated sanctuary attendants, determined scholars those working to protect the world s eight bear species from Viet Nam to Vermont come together in "Bear Necessities" to explore pressures that threaten the world s remaining bears, and to offer a tapestry of possibilities for protecting and preserving these endangered yet much-loved beings. This diverse collection of approachable, engaging essays is an important new addition to literature for those interested in learning more wilderness and wildlife around the world, especially bears."

About the Author
Lisa Kemmerer, PhD., graduate of Reed and Harvard, is a scholar and activist, and author/editor of nine books including "Eating Earth, Animals and Environment, Sister Species, Animals and World Religions," and "Primate People."


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